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closed-door

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  1. closed-dooradjective

    not open to the public

    "a closed-door meeting"

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  1. closed-door

    Closed-door refers to a situation, event or meeting that is private, confidential, or not open to the general public or outside individuals. These events are typically exclusive or limited to specific individuals or groups. It also denotes secrecy or confidentiality.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of closed-door in Chaldean Numerology is: 9

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of closed-door in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Examples of closed-door in a Sentence

  1. Collin Peterson:

    This impeachment process continues to be hopelessly partisan. I have been hearing from my constituents on both sides of this matter for months, and the escalation of calls this past week just shows me how divided our country really is right now, i have some serious concerns with the way the closed-door depositions were run, and am skeptical that we will have a process that is open, transparent and fair. Without support from Senate Republicans, going down this path is a mistake. Today's vote is both unnecessary, and widely misrepresented in the media and by Republicans as a vote on impeachment.

  2. Steve Scalise:

    President Biden and Democrats have politicized Covid from the start and refused to acknowledge its origins from China, republicans have been sounding the alarm on these issues for well over year, and Dr. Birx’s closed-door testimony confirms that the world was misled.

  3. Adam Laxalt:

    What is clear is the public deserves answers as to why Luis Magana donors are helping to hand out hundreds of millions of dollars of pandemic money, and they deserve full transparency, using a pandemic to curry political favor with wealthy contributors is exactly the cynical swampiness that Americans cant stand about Washington. We will look into whether or not the closed door meetings violated Montanas open meetings law, but GovernorBullockowes the citizens of Montana as much transparency as possible when theres a potential public health emergency.

  4. Cristina Vadell:

    Now, on the fourth Thanksgiving that he is separated from us, this closed-door trial comes to an end and with the sham verdict. We miss our dad and we really just want him home, if there is anything that President Trump can do now to resolve this, now is the time, right? The clock is ticking and we would love to see our father home by Christmas.

  5. Helen Keller:

    When one door of happiness closes, another one opens, but often we look so long at the closed door that we do not see the one that has been opened to us.

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